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December 10, 1999

  • NEWS: Jacobs Calls for Budgetary Summit

    Democrats have branded the recent announcement by the county executive stating, without specifics, that he will be making $110 million in cuts from his budget as "another pitiful example of irresponsible and unaccountable budgetary practices." FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Candlelight Evenings at Old Bethpage Village to Begin

    "Candlelight Evenings" have become the hallmark of the holiday season at Old Bethpage Restoration, allowing visitors to this historic living history village a unique opportunity to enjoy a 19th century Long Island Christmas. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Long Island Accepted Into USA Track & Field

    Among the highlights of the final Generation Session of the 21st Annual Convention of USA Track & Field (USATF) was the acceptance of Long Island Track & Field as the 57th member Association of USATF. USATF is the official governing body for the sports of track & field, long distance running, race walking, and cross country in the United States. The convention was held at the Century Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles during the week of Nov. 30-Dec. 4 and the final General Session took place on Saturday morning, Dec. 4. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Plainview PAL Lacrosse Fall Camp/Clinic

    Plainview PAL Lacrosse has wrapped up the Fall Camp/Clinic. The children had the opportunity to be taught basic and advanced skills of the Native American game. The PAL staff of Lee Eichenbaum, Jerry Lester, Paul Rut, Harry Jacobs, Coach George, Adam Weisman and Michael Hopkins. The children also had the chance to workout with Michael Barile, Joe Barile and Evan Kostewka who will be playing with the Hofstra "Flying Dutchman" this spring. The children were taught by newcomers to our Plainview School District coaching staff Kevin Warne and Chris Rogler. Chris and Kevin will be working with the varsity team. Go Hawks. The older group of players, seventh-12th grades, had a great experience with Coach Matt Gentile, who proved to be a real asset to the staff. Coaches Gentile, Warne and Rogler are the type of young teachers/coach that Plainview School District should be proud of. FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Lessons Delivered, Lessons Learned
  • OPINION: Panama Canal Exhibit at Adelphi University

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